Anthony Watters | Interim Director
Anthony is a 2019-2020 SIL alum and the founder of More Watter co. , a health and wellness company that uses exercise and community to improve health outcomes for people with chronic conditions, specifically within Baltimore City. Anthony has a B.S. in human performance and sports medicine from Howard University an M.S. in Exercise Science from McDaniel College and is a 2022 graduate of the full time MBA program at The Johns Hopkins University – Carey Business School. Anthony is also the co- founder of It Takes One inc, a Baltimore based non-profit organization that provides scholarships for Baltimore City High school graduates and the Runners Run Collective, an event based company that aims to connect communities through the power of running. EMAIL | LINKEDIN
Sephora Saint-Armand | Student Program Manager
Through her role, Sephora helps manage the Spark Accelerator program and supports all of the participating student entrepreneurs. She enjoys engaging with students regarding early-venture challenges, realistic goal-setting, and getting early adopters.
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Godson is a physician and an MPH/MBA Candidate with an extraordinary ability and strong focus on value, evidence, and impactful outcomes within the business and healthcare landscape. He is adept in supporting the development and launch of value-driven start-ups by fostering cross-functional collaboration and real-world evidence generation. Godson has a diverse professional background and experience working with health systems, public and private business partners. At FastForward’s U SIL, he brings expertise in implementation science, quality assurance and improvement, and social impact investing. Currently, he is a Clinical Advisor at Consortium Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland and serves as the Vice President of the Africa Business Club 2022-24. EMAIL
Tobi is a junior studying history of science medicine, and technology and writing seminars. She is a Woodrow Wilson Research Fellow, and is primarily interested in using historical knowledge, ecosophical frameworks, and modern technology to build environmentally sustainable solutions to our ever-changing and very human world. Above all, she hopes to build tools that serve as vessels for devotion, collaboration, and fellowship. EMAIL